A quick breakfast high in omega 3 fats, fiber...
Soy Free Recipes
for your food sensitive family
These recipes are naturally soy free or Cindy discusses how to easily make them soy free. Be sure to read the labels on the products you are cooking with.
The Sensitive Kitchen Podcast discusses these recipes. See podcast tab for transcripts, resources or to listen to an episode.
Want help putting these recipes into a flexible quick meal plan? Here is my simple version to put on your fridge. And your picky eaters can help choose WHEN things are eaten.
Bean feta quesadillas have been a favorite in...
A creamy cashew based sauce with pumpkin for a hint of sweetness, color and nutrients. Easy to make gluten free.A creamy cashew based sauce with pumpkin for a hint of sweetness, color and nutrients. Easy to make gluten free.
Soft, tender crumb, fluffy vegan Japanese milk bread. For vegan, dairy and egg free families, you can now enjoy a delicious vegan milk bread. Cindy baked more than a dozen loaves experimenting with different milks, different egg substitutes as well as other uses for the dough like cinnamon bread and hamburger buns. Cindy discusses why you might want to use different egg & milk substitutes and which ones worked best. This is an intermediate level project, but with a little kitchen equipment (like a scale and instant read thermometer) it is a great weekend project with amazing results.
A 3 ingredient recipe for vegan cranberries sauce.
Delicious squash soup contains no major allergens and it is AIP (autoimmune protocol) and Paleo compliant. This soup can be made by anyone with a soup pot, cooks knife and an appliance to blend the soup.
Vegan chia seed pudding is quick and has only a few ingredients. It makes a great breakfast, snack or dessert.
Nut free chia seed pudding is quick and has only a few ingredients. It makes a great breakfast, snack or dessert.
High protein chia seed pudding is quick, and has only a few ingredients. It makes a great breakfast, snack or dessert.
Tasty Bean Sausage Stew is filled with fiber and protein. It is simple to prepare and makes a large portion so you have freezer meals.
The simple sauce brings the whole dish together and melds the flavors. Most Mexican squash recipes contain corn, but this one does not! So those of you avoiding corn can eat this dish.
Plenty of suggestions to use tomatoes. Cindy shares her family’s traditional recipe for Tomatoes, Onions and Peppers. Three ingredients, simple and delicious.